Our Mission

It is our mission to combine state-of-the-art technology, world-class instructors, exceptional facilities, and a never-ending passion for swimming to offer the fastest and surest way for swimmers of all levels to learn, improve and achieve their highest goals. We help our swimmers be safer, compete smarter, feel confident and enjoy a life-long love of the sport.


WHO WE ARE

We are a unique swimming training facility designed to use technology and individualized instruction to teach swimmers of all ages – beginners to competitive athletes – the absolute best mechanics for water safety and swimming success. Our innovative small pool experience is comforting and welcoming for first time young swimmers and allows for the utmost attention from our instructors. For our competitive swimmers of all ages, we use the same video feedback technology today’s Olympic swimmers use to instantly view their own strokes, correct or enhance their form, adjust their technique, master their skills and shave time off of their performances.

Our warm-water current pools mean instructors stay in one place with complete attention on the swimmer. Small class sizes or individual lessons provide customized instruction from expert swimmers who are passionate about the sport and highly trained with our technology and techniques

We believe the best route to water safety in young or new swimmers is to not just learn to swim, but to swim correctly and confidently. And we know that even the slightest adjustment to a competitive swimmer’s technique can mean giving them the edge they need to excel. Our approach to swimming has been proven time and again to teach new swimmers, help youth swimmers to excel at their highest level, push master swimmers to go beyond their current times and abilities and help triathletes conquer the swim portion of competition in personal best times.

We are here to get everyone swimming safer, better and faster – faster. And we do it all with an abundance of fun, a feeling of family, and an absence of fear.

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